The Emirates Cricket Board has confirmed that it has acquired the official clearance from the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) to host the Indian Premier League.
In a press release on Tuesday, Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Cupboard Member and Minister of Tolerance and Coexistence, Chairman of the Emirates Cricket Board, mentioned: “We really feel extraordinarily privileged to host what may very well be thought of the pinnacle-event of our favorite sport. The magnitude of being able to deliver the IPL to the huge cricket-loving world group, throughout present occasions which have drastically impacted our every day lives, is one we take with excessive significance.”
“That is undoubtedly the highest-profile cricketing-event to be held within the UAE and our staff will proceed to assist all aspects (of the match) and work towards delivering a profitable occasion for the enjoyment of all sports-fans; right here within the UAE, in India and internationally.”
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The match, which begins on September 19, might be performed throughout the UAE; in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah.
“The UAE is well-versed in delivering profitable occasions – sporting and life-style – and we stay in very shut contact with the BCCI, IPL committees, the UAE Authorities and Ministries, our Well being Authority, in addition to many different entities, who’re all consultants of their respective fields and it’s our collective intent that the match be performed in a protected, satisfying surroundings. We lengthen our honest due to everybody who has labored tirelessly to deliver the IPL 2020 to the UAE,” added Al Nahayan.